One lane is closed due to strong winds on the M48 Severn Bridge in both ways between J2 A466 (Chepstow) and J1 A403 / B4461 (Aust).
Lane two (of two) is also closed in both directions to protect vehicles from being blown into adjacent lanes.
The A4063 is currently closed due to accident between Heol Coed Leyshon (Coytrahen) and Prospect Place (Maesteg) due to an accident. Police are on scene.
The weather is going to remain largely unsettled today, with a pulse of heavy rain and showers moving eastwards on strong winds during the morning.
By this afternoon, it should however become generally drier and brighter with more in the way of sunny spells developing.
Temperatures expected to reach around 9 degrees Celsius.
As evening approaches further rain is expected which is likely to be heavy at times, accompanied by gales around the coast.
Temperatures expected to drop to around 2 degrees Celsius.
One lane is currently closed Eastbound on the M4 Briton Ferry Bridge between J42 A48 (Earlswood Roundabout/Fabian Way) and J41 A48 / B4286 (Baglan/Pentyla) due to an accident.
One lane is blocked after an accident on the A40 Westbound between the B4312 Llysonen Road (Carmarthen) and the B4299 (Meidrim / Sarnau).
The A48 at Crack Hill is partially blocked because of an accident between the B4268 and the A473 Waterton Road. Police are directing traffic.
There's heavy traffic on the A55 in both directions between J12 Roman Road (Tal-Y-Bont) and J13 Station Road (Abergwyngregyn). It's in the roadworks area.
The Environment Agency has issued 3 flood alerts for Wales:
Gwynedd: Lleyn Peninsula and Cardigan Bay Coastline
Pembrokeshire: Pembrokeshire coast
Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Bridgend, Vale of Glamorgan: Swansea Bay and the Gower coast
Monday starts with a bit of a mixed bag. The overnight band of showers have cleared only to be replaced by another. This one is most likely to affect NW Wales and they could be persistent.
Other parts of the country should be drier and brighter but a scattered shower cannot be ruled out. Highs of of 8 or 9C. Tuesday sees a weak ridge of high pressure suppressing the showers ahead of more wet and windy weather heading our way for midweek.
Sunday was a day of sunny spells and showers, it looks like the new week will start in much the same way although it's likely that the showers will be restricted to the northern side of Wales.
Tonight there will be more organised bands of showers marching across Wales. Some may persist.
Temperatures will drop away to 4C, normally this would be enough for a touch of ground frost but tonight it's unlikely to be an issue thanks to the showers and a brisk breeze.
Tomorrow another band of showers affect NW Wales and once again they could be persistent.
Other parts of the country should be drier and brighter but a scattered shower cannot be ruled out. Highs tomorrow of 8 or 9C.Tuesday sees a weak ridge of high pressure suppressing the showers ahead of more wet and windy weather heading our way for midweek.